E ticket for passport?

Using an e ticket to get passport without booking ticket yet. Has anyone ever done this?

I have to travel for a new job, which means I need my passport and a visa in that passport. But since I need the ticket along with letter of employment for the passport, I would need the ticket to get the passport but not able to fly out until I have the visa, which can take a few days. Also it's stressful trying to get the passport the day of the flight.

So I think I should just bring an e ticket with the letter to show proof of travel, get the passport, then apply for visa and book tickets. Is something like this convincing enough?

Btw I am in a non English speaking country in Europe, this is their policy. I would have to get up early and go into the city to the office in the morning, wait and hope they release it. Imagine doing that and trying to get to the airport after. I would probably get one in the local language but tell me is this enough? All they can do is check it's a real flight, and I would put the correct information just for the date I go to the office. They cannot check reservations like airline staff anyway.

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >here is my proof of travel (e ticket)
    >here is my letter from work proof of needing said Visa
    >thanks
    done. They might ask you for proof of residence if you are going for work and return

    I'm confused how you booked a flight to MNL without a passport already. Are you asking about a permit work visa for MNL?

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sorry to be clear this is just an example I found online, it's not mine. I figured it was clear enough to edit and look real.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I figured it was clear enough to edit and look real.
        Why not just use your real ticket rather than getting banned for false documents?

        If you're going for work this should not be an issue.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          Did you not read the op?
          Don't reply until you do

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            If OP has to travel for work to relocate he'll have a real ticket to get to said place booked for him however he mentioned

            Sorry to be clear this is just an example I found online, it's not mine. I figured it was clear enough to edit and look real.

            He clearly does not have the proper documents and is trying to fudge them to just travel and get approval. If this is a real job for a real company the company should book his flight and he would already have said real tickets in his possession or a record locator. He goes on to say he is doing this all tomorrow and going to the airport there after, meaning his flight is already booked. How the frick can he not just look up the record locator online and screenshot the booking confirmation?

            Either way OP isn't going to get a passport for this same day as he needs to fly out.

            • 8 months ago
              Anonymous

              >I need the ticket along with letter of employment for the passport
              ??????
              If you're trying to get a fast-track passport, this thread is utterly, completely and entirely useless if you don't state your nationality. I hate to break it to you but regulations (and adherence to them) vary by country.

              Please stop making things up and going on rants. Are you schizophrenic? You don't seem to understand the thread at all.
              OP needs to get a passport and a visa for work. They already have a letter for work and know the way to get it in their country. If they book the flight, they need a visa, but they cannot apply for a visa without a passport. So they will get the passport with e ticket that flies soon, then they can apply for the visa, then they can book flights. It's risky to book flights before you even have passport or visa ready, but it's easy to fake flight and get those items and then book flight knowing you are ready.

              Do you get it now smooth brain?

              • 8 months ago
                Anonymous

                so I ask again: which backwards country needs "e ticket" for a passport??

              • 8 months ago
                Anonymous

                If the ticket in OP's pic is any indication he/she is a flip working in the emirates.

              • 8 months ago
                Anonymous

                How does anon have a job in another country that he needs to go to "tomorrow" and was able to be hired without a passport and no transportation to said job site?

                > It's risky to book flights before you even have passport or visa ready
                How the frick do you land a job abroad without proving you have a passport? When I have to work abroad I have to basically send them a verified photo copy of it. Shit like this isn't stuff that "just happens" unless OP is a drug mule.

                Also yeah

                so I ask again: which backwards country needs "e ticket" for a passport??

                A passport is a passport you don't need to show proof of intent to travel aside from rush processing, which OP is by no means going to get a passport in a single day and be able to hop on a plane.

              • 8 months ago
                Anonymous

                Ok genius
                If you're so good at it, please then explain why this thread even exists, considering OP has it all figured out, save for asking us "is this enough?" - which we can't even try to guesstimate from experience unless we know WHO is meant to issue the passport.

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    which European country requires you to have ticket to get a passport??

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >which European country requires you to have ticket to get a passport??
      Can’t speak for Europe, but special/extra-fast service by appointment requires proof of impending travel in a lot of countries, including but not limited to the USA. In the States it was once not that strict—I have on two separate occasions talked my way into passport renewal appointments at passport centers without having real tickets in hand, despite the fact that it is officially required—but things have tightened in recent years.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        if it's some extra-fast service then it makes sense, although in my country it's just enough to give them a reason, they won't really check (you are paying extra for the service anyway)

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      The difference could be he intends to reside or work there and doesn't have the country-to-country agreement. Lots of times shit changes drastically once you intend to start working and making proper income compared to travel. I'm guessing since he thought about editing OP it's outside of europe though I could be wrong.

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I need the ticket along with letter of employment for the passport
    ??????
    If you're trying to get a fast-track passport, this thread is utterly, completely and entirely useless if you don't state your nationality. I hate to break it to you but regulations (and adherence to them) vary by country.

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I did. But it was in the aftermath of a shit government that actually wanted for the government to work worse and kick-start a revolution.
    Tl;Dr an emergency situation. Now you can get it in one day.
    I had to print everything, and they checked if the flight booking was legit, and if you were leaving in 48h. The rest was pretty much straight forward.
    If you needed a visa, you just brought your printed appointment.
    BTW, leaving your country is a human right, so I don't understand which Commie tier shithole prevents you to leave legally. I bet Russia, Ukraine or Belarus.
    But what I'd to is.
    Employment letter
    Visa appointment
    Passport
    Visa
    Ticket.

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